Baking has become one of the nation’s biggest boredom breakers to fill the days in lockdown – but this has resulted in shortages of flour and yeast – leading the Real Bread Campaign to weigh in with recipes and tips to overcome the challenge.
While many Americans have only been sheltering at home for a relatively short period, they are already telling market researchers that some recent habits – scratch cooking, home baking, and increased supplement use – will likely become part of their routine...
Globally, the home baking trend has seen a revival as the sudden explosion of stress, boredom and need for comfort has changed consumer habits. So, how better to embrace your inner baker than with a batch of warm chocolate chip cookies?
Most people won’t be spending this Easter with important family and friends – thanks to the coronavirus crisis – but that’s not going to stop them from being more tempted than usual to bake up an aromatic batch of steaming hot cross buns, says Mintel.
Online gluten-free flour fills the UK flour shortage, Fatherson bakes up a bit of extravagance, Huel and HighKey extend their better-for-you offerings, and McCoy’s celebrates a milestone with a twist to an old favourite.
Consumers around the world are self-isolating because of the coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t stop them from craving a delicious distraction. Here’s a selection of healthy shelf-stable snacks that are available online from smaller entrepreneurs...
The need for healthier snacking occasions is on the rise as consumers now, more than ever, are adopting the notion of holistic health. Will Cowling, marketing manager of FMCG Gurus, examines the landscape in Austria.
Get snacking and join the fight against hunger with 34 Degree’s gluten-free chickpea Snaps, Lay’s Poppables gets rocking with the Trolls and Maison Dixie shakes up the frozen aisle: BakeryandSnacks scours the shelf to find on-trend innovation.
‘The nation is falling back in love with bread and all its varieties from sourdough, to seeded and gluten free, which is great news for the British baking industry, but there is a dark side to this success,’ claims Bakers Basco.
New research from Roy Morgan reveals that nearly 90% of Australians consume packaged snacks regularly, with 28% of them falling into the ‘heavy’ category, eating seven or more items in an average week.